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Termite Treatments


Servicing all Melbourne suburbs


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What We Do?

Termite Monitors

Termite Dusting

Chemical Soil

Termite Baiting

Nest elimination

If you think you have a termite problem, don’t panic

Rule 1: Don’t touch
If you think you’ve found termites, avoid disturbing them further and investigating. Breaking open feeding sites or their mud tubes is likely to scare them off temporarily, making it more difficult to identify the problem or apply remedial treatments.

Rule 2: Don’t spray
Spraying them with insecticide will kill the termites you hit, but will not eliminate them from the building or destroy the nest, making them likely to return, often in a different location.

Rule 3: Don’t worry
Just give us a call. We’ll be around as soon as possible to investigate. If we do find termites, we’ll explain the situation, explain the process for eliminating the termites and protecting your home, discuss your termite treatment options, and provide you with an obligation free quote.

Call us on 03 9068 0075 and put a stop to termites!

Termite Treatments ­– Melbourne Experts

Specialist Termite Control only provides termite inspection and termite treatment services. We’ve been helping Melbourne homeowners protect their property for over 25 years, treating thousands of homes. With Specialist Termite Control being recognized in the Pest Manager of the Year awards for consecutive years, you know you’re in safe hands

Termite Treatment Process

When we come around to investigate your problem, we carry out an initial inspection to confirm the presence of termites and the scale of the problem. This allows us to determine the best treatment options for your home. Once you agree to proceed, there are 5 steps to the process

Step 1: Sign a termite treatment agreement

This is an important first step, it makes sure that we have fully explained everything to you and that you fully understand what is involved.

Step 2: Carry out a comprehensive termite inspection

This is a formal and complete termite inspection that allows us to collate the detectable areas of termite activity, evaluate the level of damage, determine entry points and record the issues that may have led to the termite attack. This then becomes an important record for you (and us!).

Step 3: Eliminate active termites from the building

In many cases it is not possible to locate the termite nest responsibly, so we have to treat the termites inside the building. There is a range of products available; termite baits, termite foams, and termite dust, but more often than not we recommend the use of termite baits as it ensures the colony attacking the home is eliminated, reducing the chances of another attack in the future.

Step 4: Install a termite management system around the property to prevent future termite attacks. Two types of management systems can be used to prevent termite attacks on buildings; a liquid termiticide treatment to soil around and under the house (if there is a sub-floor) or the installation of a termite monitoring system.

Step 5: Regular termite inspections Whatever the termite management system installed, regular termite inspections (at least once per year) are required to maintain the warranty on the termite management system.

Termite Treatment Options

There is a range of termite treatment options available, both for eradicating termites from buildings and for providing long term termite protection.

Many pest managers will have a favorite product and push that method as the only treatment option. At Specialist Termite Control, we do not have any allegiance to any particular type of product or company, which means we recommend the best option for your situations. Sometimes there may be more than one option for you to consider.

Some of the things we consider when deciding on the best termite treatment options;

  • Species of termite present
  • Level of infestation
  • Construction type of the building
  • Environmental conditions
  • Homeowner preferences
  • Budget considerations

For more information on the different treatment options

Direct colony control

Eliminating active termites from buildings

Protecting property from future termite attacks